What are Nashua Safe Stations?

In dedication of Nashua Safe Stations Appreciation Day next week, GateHouse Treatment will be giving a shout out on Nashua Safe Stations effort and what it is.

Nashua Safe Stations

Nashua Safe Stations are a place anyone who is seeking treatment and recovery can go. They are open 24/7 and a trained firefighter will be able to connect you to help. All the fire stations in Nashua are designated as a safe environment for anyone seeking a Nashua treatment centers for their addiction. At any time of day or night, you can walk up to a NFD Station and speak to the Firefighters on duty. The Firefighters will then arrange for or provide you with a medical assessment and if there is cause for concern or something else medically wrong, will transport you to the appropriate level medical facility. All of which will be arranged for and provided by Nashua’s contracted 911 service AMR. This allows for the firefighters to place everyone in the appropriate place based on their needs. Not everyone will need emergency help. If you need treatment but don’t know where to go, the Safe Station Nashua NH are a place for you as well.

Where are the Safe Stations?

There are 7 Fire Station Locations in Nashua. You can find them all below.

  • Amherst Street

15 Amherst Street

  • Lake Street

177 Lake Street

  • Spit Brook Road

124 Spit Brook Road

  • East Hollis Street

70 East Hollis Street

  • Airport Station

101 Pine Hill Road

  • Conant Road

2 Conant Road

  • Dispatch Center

38 Lake Street

If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out to us here at GateHouse and our Nashua treatment centers.  We can help. Or you can follow this link: https://www.nashuanh.gov/1109/Safe-Stations